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Natural, Rustic Spring Tablescape

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Spring tablescape and decorating ideas

vintage milk glass vases on with narcissus on a spring table

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Hello, friends! Can you believe that Easter is this weekend? After a long and cold winter, it’s not a moment too soon. Hopefully warmer temps are here to stay.

Last week I spent some time away with my husband and youngest daughter. We enjoyed a few days in the Charleston area and also traveled to Savannah for a day. I’ve been sharing some favorite pictures over on instagram HERE. And I’ll be sharing my favorite things to do in Savannah very soon, so watch for that post.

Today I’m joining some of your favorite home bloggers and we’ve all got tips for decorating your table for spring. There are 25 of us in all and you’ll definitely want to visit everyone. The tour is hosted by the talented Tammy at Pink Peppermint Design. Be sure to start the tour with her pretty tablescape HERE.

If you’re visiting from Patti at Hearth and Vine, welcome! I always love to see what she’s up to. She has the best ideas! While you’re visiting us, you can tour our home HERE, and get to know me a little better HERE

And now, here’s how I’ve decorated our spring table.

Spring Table Setting

I love using white dishes. They’re so versatile and go with any season, any color, and any style. I found an entire set of these white ironstone dishes at the thrift shop a couple of months ago and just love them. 

I placed them on my white wooden chargers and added some vintage pale green napkins, small boxwood wreaths, and ceramic robin eggs. For the base, I used a blue-gray linen table runner. The cool colors are so peaceful and perfect for spring.

boxwood wreath with ceramic robin eggs on vintage ironstone dishes

For a very simple centerpiece, I picked some narcissus from our yard and popped them into some of my vintage milk glass vases. I placed a vintage-inspired wood cutting board underneath them for some weight.

vintage milk glass vases on with narcissus on a spring table

We don’t have a formal dining room in our house so I dressed up our every day table. It’s usually just 3 of us eating in here so I took the leaf out of the table to make it cozier in here.

I added the chandelier shades and wood bead garland to the chandelier a few months ago and it gave it a brand new look. And FYI, I found that chandelier several years ago at a yard sale for $7. It was shiny brass, but I sprayed it with black wrought iron spray paint to give it an updated look. Don’t you love deals like that??

Table set with vintage dishes and linens with centerpiece of narcissus on milk glass vases

A little vintage Easter postcard adds a subtle pop of color against the white vases.

vintage milk glass vases on with narcissus on a spring table
vintage milk glass vases on with narcissus on a spring table

Confession: I’m a bit of a dish hoarder. Especially if it’s white and old. I just can’t help myself! Most of my collection has come from yard sales and estate sales. (For my favorite estate sale shopping tips, go HERE.) 

vintage oak hutch full of ironstone pitchers and platters

Spring Buffet Decor

A vintage demijohn adds some texture over on the buffet. And the little mason jars are the perfect place for some more flowers from the yard. (See more of my favorite things to use for flower vases HERE.)

vintage wicker demijohn and mason jars with flowers

A few cabbage bowls and dishes are also over on the buffet in a 3-tiered tray. It’s a really great way to store various items without taking up too much space.

3 tier galvanized stand and mason jars with flowers, wicker demijohn, white pitcher with lavender

vintage buffet with 3 tier galvanized metal stand, wicker demijohn, mason jar vases, porcelain bunny, and white pitcher with lavender

And dried French lavender is the perfect addition almost any time of the year. I’ll probably leave it here in the pitcher until fall, if not later. It smells so good!

white ceramic pitcher with dried lavender

People are always asking where I got things in my posts, so here’s a source list with some affiliate links in case you’re interested. Several items are from my shop, Emory Valley Mercantile. Click on the item and you’ll be taken to the original source or as close as I could find.

See all of my past table settings HERE.

Now are you ready to see a couple dozen more table settings from some bloggers’ beautiful homes? Next up on the tour is Spicy Salty Sweet Home. Hop over and see what her table looks like, and be sure to tell her I sent you!

And here are the rest of the tables on tour in case you’ve missed any of them:

Monday March 26
Pink Peppermint Design

2 Ladies & A Chair
Our house now a home

Tuesday March 27
Meaningful Spaces
Atta Girl Says
Green With Decor
Red Cottage Chronicles
Little Bits of Home

Wednesday March 28
11 Magnolia Lane
Noni’s House
Kreativ K
Hearth and Vine

Postcards from the Ridge

Thursday March 29
Spicy Salty Sweet Home

My Life From Home
Monica Wants It
Shine Your Light

Friday March 30
Home Made Lovely
Charleston Crafted
Addicted 2 DIY
Major Hoff Takes A Wife
Saw Nail and Paint

I hope you’ve gotten some great ideas for your spring table. Thanks for dropping by!

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  1. So simple and beautiful. Fresh and dried flowers are always my favorite things to add to the table and you rustic feel makes the whole place feel warm and inviting.

    1. Thanks, Patti! If I could have flowers in every room, every day then I'd be a happy camper

    1. Thanks, Paula! I loved seeing your new backsplash project. The lake house is just beautiful!

  2. I love all of your pretty white dishes! And those green mason jars are just perfect for spring!

  3. Angie there is such a simple beauty to your table, love it. Your white dish collection looks so pretty in the cabinet!

  4. Lovely, Angie! I just love your style and your photography. The springtime colors are beautiful.

  5. Angie, your table is perfection! The milk glass vases with the sweet daffodils are so gorgeous. And can we talk about the place settings with the wreaths and eggs?! Love it all!

  6. all of the tables were wonderful, but your white vases and cutting board were the best, i loved them and your table and i am not just sucking up

  7. I am so excited to recreate your gorgeous table. Thank you so very much for linking to the Spring and Easter Joys party. Have a very Happy Easter!

  8. So pretty! Love the daffodil centerpiece. Ours are starting to come up but won't bloom for another week. Your entire table and buffet are beautiful and perfect for spring!

  9. I just love your spring tablescape! You'll be one of my features tomorrow for the Spring and Easter Joys link party; thanks for linking up!

  10. Hello Angie!
    I love your dining room all set for spring! And those white wooden chargers… I HAD to go look them up! Might have to get some from your source… 😉 Funny, I think I'd seen an earlier post this winter of yours where you had used them, and when I was down at Magnolia Farm I thought maybe they might have come from there. Lol! Now I know. 😀

    Happily pinned to several of my boards. Love the daffodils!
    Barb 🙂

  11. Angie,
    I adore your centerpiece utilizing vintage milk glass bud vases with the bright PoPs of yellow daffodils!
    The vignette on your buffet has me swooning!
    I have my Majolica Bordallo Pinheiro Collection in my built~in china cabinet!
    This would be a perfect addition to my open shelf at the bottom!
    Thank you for sharing your talent and inspiring me!

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